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thank. you. the u.s. reels from killer superstorm sandy some say obama and tony are pretending that disaster relief campaigns have nothing to do with the race for the presidency. the u.k. and u.s. intelligence keep up a block of war global terrorism flying high pushing little value on the lives of both refused to follow the possible price. this international lovebox bahrain spawn all public gatherings saying it violates people's and basic freedoms the gulf motorcades tightening its grip on the opposition after almost two years of growing our greatest.
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welcome to. news live from moscow my name is you. main story now obama and romney are being accused of using superstorm sandy recovery efforts to boost their bid for the presidency both officially put the campaigns on hold during because the sea turning to relieve matters instead but some say the rivalry rhetoric still shows for you guys are from the reports. this was the you tube are surprised. and i think there's. a hurricane sandy crashing on shore i've never seen anything like this i'm at a loss for words to describe what the storm could do but there's no loss for words on the campaign trail and on the eastern coast of our nation a lot of people are enduring some very difficult times the storm that wreaked havoc on america's east coast is wreaking confusion in the last critical days of a tight race for president so how do you run for office about seeming insensitive
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to an ad. tragedy the candidates are certainly doing all they can to look like they aren't trying to score political points but their actions tell a different story president barack obama canceled his election rallies and returned to washington to focus on the storm the election will take care of itself next week right leaving vice president biden to campaign on his behalf. one of the perks of running for president while occupying the white house is being able to make high profile visits like this one america's whether we are standing behind you and we're going to do everything we can to help you get back on your feet it means coming across as a president on the job which certainly helps when it's a job you're reapplying for the president's been in close contact with fema. and all the agencies of course obama is the president bush's advisers say means he needs to focus on the crisis at hand in terms of how it affects the election i
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don't think anybody really knows obviously we want unfettered access to the polls but it's a choice that doesn't sit well with some political opponents you'll notice he's counseling his troops over the hurricane he did not cancel his trip over benghazi. and then those republican presidential contender mitt romney so far he stops ending fund raising e-mail isn't affected states he used his campaign bus for relief efforts and put up a blog with weather related advice he's also scrap schedule campaign events only it seems there are some fine print involved this may look like romney's campaigning in ohio a key swing state but his advisors say that's not the case the so-called victory rally was canceled out of sensitivity. instead of the campaign insists this is a hurricane relief event canned goods came hand in hand with anti obama t. shirts there was music and theme songs and those attending the supposedly nonpartisan event were treated to a video about romney getting america stronger that's what american president. to do
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. asked by a reporter whether this blurred the line between storm relief and politics romney's top strategist replied i agree i don't know how it happened people over politics or politics or people it's certainly difficult to tell now we may be impossible to completely stop campaigning in the middle of a closely contested race but then why make the pretense of doing so it seems that both candidates could use a little bit of this age old advice say what you mean mean what you say and do what you say you'll do. r t moscow. superstorm sandy which has left at least forty five dead also sponson i told me three nuclear power plants were forced to go through line while a state of alert was declared as a force facility. the super storm known as sandy has left millions of people and businesses along the east coast without power but the greatest danger the hurricane has posed may revolve around america's nuclear power plants at least
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three nuclear reactors have been shut down and the nation's oldest facility in new jersey is on rare alert exelon corp's forty three year old oyster creek plant was put on alert after water levels at the plant rose more than six and a half feet above normal potentially affecting the water intake structure that pumps cooling water through the plant and the concern is that if the cool water is not maintained he used your radium rods in the pool could cause the water to boil experts say in an extreme scenario the rods could overheat risking the eventual release of radiation the concerns over the status of oyster creek has caused some to draw parallels to the fears surrounding last year's fukushima disaster in japan then helicopters and fire hoses were enlisted to ensure the pools remain filled with fresh water according to the nuclear regulatory commission the general electric designed nuclear reactors involved in the fukushima emergency are very
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similar to twenty three of the g designed reactors in the u.s. as of tuesday afternoon the u.s. federal emergency management agency says there is no imminent threat of radiation releases from oyster creek reporting from new york marina port r.t. . stay with us here for more updates on the aftermath of superstorm sandy and the race for the white house and we've got more what's the mainstream's missing on r.t. dot com as well and next monday on the eve of the via will broadcast another live round of debate between doubt tentative third party presidential candidate. governor romney are we both agree we agree we bring the tax rates down i felt the same as the president did governor romney i'm glad. you agree let's go back to something the president i agree on and you tube you agree that the voters have a choice perhaps you want to refer to vote for when romney and obama agree on so many things remember you do have other options come november sixth tune in to see
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the second round of debates between the major third party candidates right here on r.g.p. . over the years the global war on terrorism has proved a successful rallying call for u.s. and u.k. led military campaigns across the globe however as ours has pointed boyko reports the great of course sometimes goes hundred hand with a burst of time six. somali born mahdi hashi had grown up in the u.k. from the age of five he was a british citizen until this summer when the twenty three year old went missing and his family found out that the home office had stripped him of his passport for allegedly being involved in islamic extremism his parents are distraught they say that mahdi is an innocent victim of a british intelligence plot or because he refused to work for m i five. is that the he's a muslim and believe and he's a practicing muslim but being
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a muslim is not being an islamist. that's what that's all why he's being victimized this is the quiet north london community center where mehdi hashi worked back in two thousand and nine it was then that he and four of his muslim colleagues say that they were approached and harassed separately by security agents it's came that m i five threatened to label them islamic extremists if they refused to become informants for british intelligence campaigners raising awareness for maddie's plight and said that the constants threats made by british intelligence made life so unbearable that he left the u.k. they were trying to offer him a job saying that you know effectively you're an extremist we know you're the only way out of this is for you to come and work for us to come and help us these will become tactics that were being used because it's all somali origin this is a purely racist profiling policy of the british government and particular security
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agencies marty had been living in somalia for the past two years taking care of his grandmother and raising a son of his own but several months ago he disappeared leaving his family in despair my son is missing this summer this summer but i don't know if you know if he lived or died in the homes here that i don't. we are very wooded although. the only information the hashi family have now comes from a man who contacted them to say that he'd been in prison with maddie in djibouti and he told us that he had. d.n.a. has been taken from him and then. contacted they found out that his approach is in the conduct of the british council and the british consular see that we have order to move this decision from him and in the americans took him to. somewhere we don't know they don't know but they fear he's being held at camp in djibouti and
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a tourist u.s. anti terrorist base where he may be the victim of an american rendition program in which suspects are on lawfully taken to third party states to be illegally detained and tortured the hashi family want on says to simple questions like what the allegations are against maddie where he is located and whether he's even alive but when it comes to matters of intelligence they're faced with a wall of silence lawyers acting on behalf of the hashi family have received just this response from the government it has been the policy of successive governments neither to confirm or deny speculation allegations or assertions in respect of intelligence matters this policy is maintained and accordingly the secretary of state can neither confirm nor deny the allegations made on behalf of your client these cases a classic case of profiling and you know kind of almost ludicrous policies with.
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this war on terror result in an innocent individual helpless young man afraid to be having their life ruined campaigners say that by stripping maddie hashi of his passport the british government has effectively washed their hands of his case leaving his family to continue the search for answers about the now stateless son. r t london. bahrain's facing some shock to the country's authorities beyond all run is on public gatherings missing to national has called on the gulf kingdom to lift the restrictions saying they violate their rights to freedom of expression authorities in bahrain also threaten all process with a needle action saying they won't tolerate and it's arrests of national unity around will have been killed in the country which was a key u.s. ally in the region since clashes began nearly two years ago reign is under fire
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from human rights groups for as a brutal crackdowns on pro reform campaign is demanding greater political freedom jobs and education thousands of protesters have been imprisoned including prominent human rights defender and the job is now setting time for tweeting and participating in illegal katherines bahraini opposition member. says the government is fueling the crisis if it's trying to prevent. this is a good time for you literally. nothing but an explosive institutions these are decisions taken by them to be judged and when they are talking about maintaining the peace and stability on. more than a hundred and the last the biggest. moments we. believe we can go on and people demand a debt on it's to block this if there is a spike. block of the government being bought out that it just looked at
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a team exploding having to ship itself. is that they are just a few doing the lot and worse than bottom because what they're going to do is that they will see what they get and i like. the speed and was. going to from going outside of their homes this is not going to bring any stupidity and this is going to make things last if somebody from the us. it is very tonight's profitable to go on to the gold a lot here are the good lot of that. if we are any condition we need more stock in that their community and this will remain about any of that with the to that it will of negotiation rather they're going into this if you are disillusioned they are and if you are to get more of this is the question and then solving it. a couple of minutes will bring you more british affairs by school and high fliers you
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can politicians charge taxpayers for their trips to exotic destinations that are plenty more stories in just a few moments a very short break. invented by the famed soviet orthopedic of really bizarre if in the nineteen fifties these frames were initially used to treat fractures in deformities by cutting bones and slowly pulling them up or therefore stimulating tissue regeneration it was out of was able to receive arms and legs and people who thought they were crippled for life about a third of patients admitted to be it was out of center nowadays seeking series three focus magic reasons most of them a man and most are not what you would call vertically challenged professor novikov who operated on many of them it usually comes down to a man's pride some of the first patient to turn to us with
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a leg length in the request to meet his fifteen centimeters to the wall to surgery because his partner was tool than him we like to say that we need to break their legs in order to fix their head like lengthening surgeries a band in many countries and even the will out there pretty expensive in russia the entire course costs eleven thousand dollars about one tenth of the similar package in the united states financial considerations were one of the reasons that brought this washington state native to western siberia yet his main motive for the surgery had to do with how he fared in others in america average age is one seventy five i was one sixty seven or one sixty eight and so on eight centimeters would have brought me right to average for women height isn't so important girl can be sure it's not a big deal with your guy it's like expect to be taller just before the operation. most this matter a russian girl who found he's
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a regional hype why didn't during yet he still want to have had the surgery adding seven more centimeters to the self-confidence she took the whole time you're crazy you're normal you're perfect. so now or should i call you so what a compliment for somebody who's used to falling short of his own expectations. issues that so much different if you consider. the mark when. it's only. restore order to take on this.
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this is also a welcome back greece's latest assessing them to hold billion euro seriously packages stalled in parliament until next week the country's coalition government fails to agree on new cars demanded by international creditors day austerity package greece will not qualify for the next tranche of layoffs cash vital for its feeble economy prime minister antonio samaranch has trance that they lawmakers have already exhausted all possible time limits to agree on the package however some experts believe the latest planned cuts will. really why some very kind of accessory. to it looks pretty grim it looks pretty black out here in athens so
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we're really talking about. new tax hikes. forming labor laws in general moving into what could be call of flexible table think commonly the supposedly supposed to use for people within the greek economy but on the other hand we have already seen the negative consequences of such a policy with unemployment reaching almost twenty five percent within the general population i do think indeed the government will succeed in passing the new cuts i have to mention that could huge and problems will of course appear when voting in favor of new fresh tax hikes as well as harry cuts this is something that had to be expected but i do think that at the end of the day this this new deal will pass and the final disbursement of the trench will be completed successfully. and some
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british politicians are seeking a way to escape the doom and gloom of the double dip recession by getting busy and flying off on foreign business trips but as the south reports it's angry tuxpan has that are picking out the almost one million pound bell. china miami we might all dream of jetting off to some exotic destination but unfortunately in the middle of a double dip recession and with the thirty measures fighting we're being grounded not so for some lucky n.p.c. been testing off some of those far flung at that nation's own fact finding missions there costing a huge amount of taxpayers' money one trip coming in at a whopping seventy thousand pound that was the nine m.p.'s from the treasury select committee went to singapore and china for and you really couldn't make this up close and balances well that certainly raising
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a huge amounts of questions ok usually yes some foreign travel is going to be necessary but looking at the amounts that some of these committees have spent something has clearly gone wrong when you have a co trip costing eight to ten thousand pounds per member of parliament on the trip that's probably over a thousand pounds a day for the trip that kind of money would buy a normal family several holiday back in two thousand and ten the speaker for the house of commons calls for a crackdown on those types of spending since the coalition have come into power that select committee should be no more than one hundred foreign trips in the course is doubled from eight hundred thousand pounds last year up from four hundred seventy five thousand pounds the year before she said the use tax pay is pounds. prices soaring obviously that's raising a huge amount of anger amongst people who are struggling in severe economic times
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we'd all love to just fall into the sunset to help us still with the economic crisis those excessive expenditure is going to leave many m.p.'s looking like they simply got their heads in the clouds surface r.t. london and look at some other. news stories this hour a syrian finds a drought has hit targets inside damascus near an opposition held area where rebel fighters clash with the regime troops this comes as a prominent air force general is shown by rebels in the syrian capital that time follows the killing of the country's defense minister and president assad's brother in law in july activists say more than thirty five thousand people have been killed since serious conflict began in march twenty seventh. in the capital of lever angry crowds have broken into the country's parliament building protesters forced prime minister elisa down to postpone the vote only because new cabinet the national journal congress was elected in july replacing the traditional
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transitional council as they were reading body incident highlights the ongoing struggle to being to bring a levy under full control since last year's revolution toppled his regime. israel says a strike on iran is still highly possible despite tehran stepping away from its alleged pursuit of atomic weapons the jewish state has announced that iran has delayed its nuclear program the claim comes in contrast to prime minister netanyahu speech at the u.n. last month where he stated that iran was on the brink of creating an atomic bomb the us and israel have long accused the islamic republic of seeking nuclear weapons which iran strongly denies. and also had a home right now for you a treasure hunt continues as a search and rescue operation sweeps the seal holds for vanished a russian cargo ship with seven hundred tons of precious gold and all on board. also that five bombs and barricades find out how a city in southeast turkey was turned into
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a battlefield have got the details and pictures for you that. plus saudi arabia announces plans to rebuild one of its biggest mosques but some warn it's down at the expense of prophet muhammad stube learn more about the controversial project on . our website. time now for business with k.c. hello there and the russian markets are now trading and i are expecting a visit as a today yes you are because we know that wall street was closed for two days because of the hurricane sandy so they are expected to resume trading and that means that investors here are more likely to go out shopping and buying stocks which check out the figures the see what's going on also want to mention the father is gaining as well as. adding support it's now trimming the biggest weekly decline since my as i say it would be a big importance here in russia but as you can see there we all the king like a and so with the r.t.s. on the mises just what i mention the fact that the tag these shares are actually
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doing better. than market and that's because the company. to get i have to cyprus so that's certainly more on the company that russia's biggest private gas producer has put more effort to improve its operations in europe the firm has started talks with the local car but is aiming to sign new gas trading contracts now at the moment it can only trade gas but not expulsion from russia. the monopoly of the state owned gas but says the kremlin plans to give the access to other producers no vitex trading contracts could help it find gas buyers when allowed to fly abroad so this was the russian email to social network group who has give it up for global expansion on foreign markets it will concentrate on online gamers under the name of my dog called the company claims that its services are enjoyed by over ninety percent of russian internet users and hopes for success abroad they say any foreign
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achievement will be tough and that suits you high competition from global farms this is how the fashion there is going to go because up to have started trading before today and as we can see it's actually being basket of cars. against both the u.s. dollar and the euro yes indeed so what we are doing as well to check out is a big day because the euro zone conference call going on as well they're expecting about greece spain and check out how asia got on to because it was a much better performance for them a lot of that has to do with corporate earnings that was the big guns out today we had cannon the camera maker who had financials bank of china sea they all did rather well so that's good stuff now we've got more coming up for you stay tuned to a frank discussion on today's global and domestic challenges with the new president stay with us for that.
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